b-b-p-hosmillo-portrait  B.B.P. Hosmillo is the author of two poetry collections, The Essential Ruin (forthcoming) and Breed Me: a sentence without a subject/ Phi ging tôi: mt câu không ch đ (AJAR Press, 2016) with Vietnamese translation by Hanoi-based poets Nhã Thuyên & Hải Yến. A Pushcart Prize & four-time Best of the Net nominee, his writing is anthologized in Bettering American Poetry (BlazeVOX, 2016) and has appeared in Mascara Literary Review, The Missing Slate, Subprimal Poetry Art, OCHO: A Journal of Queer Arts, and Kritika Kultura, among many others. He has received research fellowships/scholarships from The Japan Foundation, Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, and the Republic of Indonesia. He is a guest poetry editor at Cha: An Asian Literary Journal. (see more of this editor here)

 

cyril-wong  Cyril Wong has been called a confessional poet, according to The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry, based on his "anxiety over the fragility of human connection and a relentless self-querying". He is the Singapore Literature Prize-winning author of poetry collections such as Unmarked TreasureTilting Our Plates to Catch the LightThe Dictator's EyebrowAfter You, and The Lover's Inventory. He has also published Ten Things My Father Never Taught Me and Other Stories and a novel, The Last Lesson of Mrs de Souza. Cyril has served as a mentor under the Creative Arts Programme and the Mentor Access Project, as well as a judge for the Golden Point Awards in Singapore. A past recipient of the National Arts Council's Young Artist Award for Literature, he completed his doctoral degree in English Literature at the National University of Singapore in 2012. (see more of this editor here)

 

img_5703  Hendri Yulius is a lecturer and researcher in gender and sexuality studies in Indonesia. Author of Coming Out (Gramedia, 2015),his articles on LGBT issues have been published in The Jakarta Post, The Huffington Post, TEMPO Magazine, TEMPO Newspaper, Indonesian Women's Journal, Rappler, and The Magdalene. He finished a Master’s degree in Public Policy at the National University of Singapore and is currently pursuing another by research in Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney. (see more of this editor here)

 

j-pilapil-jacobo-ii  J. Pilapil Jacobo teaches literature, theory and criticism, and cultural studies in the Departments of English and Filipino at the School of Humanities of the Ateneo de Manila University, and is an active member of the Young Critics Circle, a fellowship of scholars of contemporary cinema based at the University of the Philippines. They hold the A.B.-M.A. (2002-2003) in Filipino Literature from the Ateneo de Manila University and the Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the State University of New York, through a Fulbright Scholarship (2011). Their published scholarly work is keen on inhabiting the cusp between tropology, particularly the rule and the resistance of metaphor, and tropicality, argued as a rubric of time. They are currently preparing a critical edition of Fruto del Prado’s Bicol translation (1867) of Modesto de Castro’s Urbana at Feliza (1864), to be published by the vanguard press of the Ateneo de Naga University. Jacobo writes poetry in two languages of the Philippines. (see more of this editor here)

 

dsc_5819-01  Pang Khee Teik is a Malaysian arts consultant, activist, curator, organiser, photographer, and writer. In 2008, together with fellow activists and artists, he co-founded sexuality rights festival Seksualiti Merdeka in Malaysia. It was banned by the police in 2011. He remains active in speaking on LGBT issues as well as mentoring Malaysian LGBTs to organise. Presently, Pang is the director of popular art bazaar Art For Grabs in Malaysia. He was formerly the arts programme director of The Annexe Gallery and the editor of arts website Kakiseni.com. His photographs have been exhibited in Malaysia, Singapore, Jakarta, Paris, Tokyo, and Istanbul. In 2010, he received the Cross Cultural Champion of the Arts Award at the Boh Cameronian Arts Awards, Kuala Lumpur. Under the Chevening Scholarship, Pang graduated in 2013 with an MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture from Birkbeck, University of London. (see more of this editor here)

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*Queer Southeast Asia welcomes writers/visual artists who want to be a part of the editorial board. Inquiries and application should be directed to J. Pilapil Jacobo: jay.jacobo@gmail.com. Application should include a letter of intent and writer’s CV.

 

*If writers/visual artists need to suggest a topic the journal should give attention to, please send a letter to Cyril Wong: cyrilwong77@yahoo.com.

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b-b-p-hosmillo-portrait  B.B.P. Hosmillo is the author of two poetry collections, The Essential Ruin (forthcoming) and Breed Me: a sentence without a subject/ Phi ging tôi: mt câu không ch đ (AJAR Press, 2016) with Vietnamese translation by Hanoi-based poets Nhã Thuyên & Hải Yến. A Pushcart Prize & four-time Best of the Net nominee, his writing is anthologized in Bettering American Poetry (BlazeVOX, 2016) and has appeared in Mascara Literary Review, The Missing Slate, Subprimal Poetry Art, OCHO: A Journal of Queer Arts, and Kritika Kultura, among many others. He has received research fellowships/scholarships from The Japan Foundation, Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, and the Republic of Indonesia. He is a guest poetry editor at Cha: An Asian Literary Journal. (see more of this editor here)

 

cyril-wong  Cyril Wong has been called a confessional poet, according to The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry, based on his "anxiety over the fragility of human connection and a relentless self-querying". He is the Singapore Literature Prize-winning author of poetry collections such as Unmarked TreasureTilting Our Plates to Catch the LightThe Dictator's EyebrowAfter You, and The Lover's Inventory. He has also published Ten Things My Father Never Taught Me and Other Stories and a novel, The Last Lesson of Mrs de Souza. Cyril has served as a mentor under the Creative Arts Programme and the Mentor Access Project, as well as a judge for the Golden Point Awards in Singapore. A past recipient of the National Arts Council's Young Artist Award for Literature, he completed his doctoral degree in English Literature at the National University of Singapore in 2012. (see more of this editor here)

 

img_5703  Hendri Yulius is a lecturer and researcher in gender and sexuality studies in Indonesia. Author of Coming Out (Gramedia, 2015),his articles on LGBT issues have been published in The Jakarta Post, The Huffington Post, TEMPO Magazine, TEMPO Newspaper, Indonesian Women's Journal, Rappler, and The Magdalene. He finished a Master’s degree in Public Policy at the National University of Singapore and is currently pursuing another by research in Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney. (see more of this editor here)

 

j-pilapil-jacobo-ii  J. Pilapil Jacobo teaches literature, theory and criticism, and cultural studies in the Departments of English and Filipino at the School of Humanities of the Ateneo de Manila University, and is an active member of the Young Critics Circle, a fellowship of scholars of contemporary cinema based at the University of the Philippines. They hold the A.B.-M.A. (2002-2003) in Filipino Literature from the Ateneo de Manila University and the Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the State University of New York, through a Fulbright Scholarship (2011). Their published scholarly work is keen on inhabiting the cusp between tropology, particularly the rule and the resistance of metaphor, and tropicality, argued as a rubric of time. They are currently preparing a critical edition of Fruto del Prado’s Bicol translation (1867) of Modesto de Castro’s Urbana at Feliza (1864), to be published by the vanguard press of the Ateneo de Naga University. Jacobo writes poetry in two languages of the Philippines. (see more of this editor here)

 

dsc_5819-01  Pang Khee Teik is a Malaysian arts consultant, activist, curator, organiser, photographer, and writer. In 2008, together with fellow activists and artists, he co-founded sexuality rights festival Seksualiti Merdeka in Malaysia. It was banned by the police in 2011. He remains active in speaking on LGBT issues as well as mentoring Malaysian LGBTs to organise. Presently, Pang is the director of popular art bazaar Art For Grabs in Malaysia. He was formerly the arts programme director of The Annexe Gallery and the editor of arts website Kakiseni.com. His photographs have been exhibited in Malaysia, Singapore, Jakarta, Paris, Tokyo, and Istanbul. In 2010, he received the Cross Cultural Champion of the Arts Award at the Boh Cameronian Arts Awards, Kuala Lumpur. Under the Chevening Scholarship, Pang graduated in 2013 with an MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture from Birkbeck, University of London. (see more of this editor here)

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*Queer Southeast Asia welcomes writers/visual artists who want to be a part of the editorial board. Inquiries and application should be directed to J. Pilapil Jacobo: jay.jacobo@gmail.com. Application should include a letter of intent and writer’s CV.

 

*If writers/visual artists need to suggest a topic the journal should give attention to, please send a letter to Cyril Wong: cyrilwong77@yahoo.com.

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